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I cant give you English name of papad and mangodi because these are indian delicacies and very popular here with this name only . I am sure you will get this in indian stores very easily.
papad mangodi ke sabji

PAPAD  is a thin, crisp disc-shaped Indian food typically based on a seasoned dough made from black gram (urad flour), fried or cooked with dry heat.
MANGODI is a sun dried split green lentil dumplings. 

papad ki sabji of rajesthan is amazingly testy....i like this dish so much that whenever my mom used to make this i insist her to make extra helping for me only for me
and we(me and my bro) use to fight for this extra helping....
i am sure your kid's will love this tasty spicy recipe of desert


mangodi.........1/2 cup 
tomato puree....4 tbsp
ginger garlic paste..2 tsp
oil 2 tbsp+3 tbsp
cumin seeds........1tsp
green chilly......2(chopped)
red chilly powder(kashmiri mirch).....1/2 tsp
turmeric powder..........1/2 tsp
coriander powder....1/2 tsp
garam masala / hot spices........1/4 tsp
salt as per taste

1.take a vessel and put on fire
2. add 3 tbsp oil in it
3. fry mangodi in it till golden in colour keep aside
4. some people fry papad also but i like papad without frying
5. now grind onion to paste
6. add some more oil in vessal
7. add cumin when start crakle add onion paste in it stir
8. add ginger garlic paste and stir well till light golden in colour and separate oil
9. add tomato puree in it
10. add all dry *masalas and stir well
11. put little water and cover (mid flame)
12. now put fried mangodi and papad in it sprinkle some more water(1/2 cup)in it          stir and cover for another  5 to 6 min stir occasionally till done
13. garnish with green coriander and serve hot 
p.s* Masala is mixture of spices in india


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